My husband and I want to come to Ireland with a small circle of friends to renew our wedding vows. We will have been married for 10 years and obviously having it be legal is not an issue. Are there any limitations as to where and when we can have a ceremony? Also, Do you know of any websites or anyone that I can contact with a list of possible venues and their prices? Thank you so much, Jessica Howell
What is the tradition of a wedding ceremonies in Ireland. Do you have a certain way of doing marriages. And what age do you have to be able to drink alcohol. Thank you very much.
My wife, daughter (23) and I are planing a 13 day trip to Ireland June 19 to July 2nd. I would like to concentrate mostly in the south and west. We land and leave from Dublin. Frist two days in Dublin are booked. We are driving. Would like to include Kilkenny, Cork Kinsale, Kenmare, Ring of Kerry and/or Beara Penn, Skellig Michael, Galway, Connamara, Cliffs of Mohr, The Burren, Killarney. We have B&B vouchers. Any help on route
Since my US cell phone won't work in Ireland, what is the best solution in order to have cell phone service in Ireland?
We are traveling to Limerick, Galway, Cavan & Dublin. If anyone knows of any please let me know. Thanks.
Hi My wife & I (with 2 dogs that sleep in our own car) wish to visit for 2 weeks. We thought a circular route from Dublin as we will arrive by ferry from Holyhead. Would like to stay in comfortable & varied 'value for money' accommodation offering great food etc. each night. One of us is a Vegetarian. Can you suggest some places please? I can then fully research. We also wish to visit/walk at locations that 'welcome dogs' wherever
Hey everyone, first off, I LOVE THIS SITE! Gosh, I just recently started planning a trip a friend and I are taking early to mid may (9th-16th) and it has been sooooo helpful already. Anyways I'm trying to figure out my budget and his budget along with what we're doing (never to early to plan, right?) Anyways we're thinking of going from Dublin to Kilkenny to Tipperary to Cork to Clare to Galway then back down to Clare and Limmerick before
You used to have the driving itineraries on here 5-6 days ago for several trips....Ring of Kerry, Commera...etc...etc, I was wondering if tou could send me a link to get those ...they were very useful. You took them off before I could print them out . Respectfully, David
I'm planning a 3 week tour of Ireland with my young-adult nieces in early June, 2009. It's my first trip to Ireland. I've outlined our general itinerary below and would welcome any comments. Generally, we enjoy being outdoors and seeing historic sites and want to do walking and biking around an area to see the sights. We're planning to use train and bus for transport. Day 1 & 2 Dublin Day 3 Travel to Bushmills Day 5 Giant’s Causeway/Belfast Day 6 Kilkenny Day 7-9 Cashel Day
We are wanting to take our first visit to Ireland, but we also want to visit Iona in Scotland. Is there a ferry from Ireland to Iona or must you first go to England and then to Scotland? Besides Iona, we only want to tour Ireland.
Hope someone can help me with how to pronounce certain Irish names. I'm an actor about to audition for "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" for the role of Pato Dooley. I don't know how to pronounce either "Leenane" or "Pato." Is it Lee-NANE, LEE-nane, Leh-NANE, Leh-NAHN or something else? As for Pato, is it PAT-oh, PATE-oh or something else? Someone please help!!
Here is my tentative itinerary, is it too ambitious? Day 1 - Fly into Dublin early AM, some sightseeing, overnight Day 2 - Drive to Dingle, overnight Day 3 - Drive to Galway, visit Cliffs of Moher enroute, overnight Galway Day 4 - sightsee all day, overnight Galway Day 5 - early AM flight out of Shannon My alternate itinerary would exclude Dingle
A friend of mine will be traveling to Ireland November 21st on his own and I'm trying help him figure out where to stay. He plans to rent a self-catering cottage during his stay and would like to find the perfect town/village to stay near. He's looking for.... - A town with a good selection of restaurants, shops, pubs, music - Something that won't be too 'dead' in late November during the low season - Somewhere near the sea I was thinking of Westport
I'll be in Ireland in a couple of weeks, traveling with two friends who have never been there before. We'll be driving down from the Connemara, through Clare on the way to Dingle, and will probably only have time to visit one area of cliffs. I can't decide whether we should go to the Cliffs of Moher (which I have been to before), and although it's dramatic, it's also very touristy and built up, or...take them down to the cliffs at
Group of 3 couples planning June \'09 trip to Ireland. We would like to rent a villa for a week to use as a base for some day trips, and just enjoying hanging out. My wife and I are return visitors but this will be first visit for others. We want them to see Dublin so we are thinking about a place within 2 hours of Dublin. We would welcome suggestions for best area to use as a
This September will be my first trip to Ireland, and I can't decide on my travel agenda. I don't want to be constantly driving and packing and unpacking, so have booked three days in Dublin and three days in Doolin. And don't know if I should then head north to Sligo, or south to Dingle for another three days? They both look lovely. My family of ancestry is from Kerry, which makes Dingle appealing. At the same time, I've heard that